Hyderabad Metro to resume services from September 7

Hyderabad(Hyd), September 1 : Hyderabad(Hyd) Metro Rail going to reopen its activities from Sep Seven with the Telangana (TL) govt on Tue. permitting it to run the service.

The state govt, that released ‘Unlock 4’ instructions on Tue., allowed the Metro Rail to operate from Sep Seven in a graded way, under a Govt Order (GO) released following Unlock-Four instructions declared by this Union Ministry of House Affairs 2 days back.

Hyderabad(Hyd) Metro Rail Limited (HMRL) had discontinued commercial activities from Mar 22.

India(In)’s 2nd highest metro rail network, HMRL has been functioning 55 trains each day, carrying regarding 4.five lakh passengers before solutions have been discontinued with the imposition of lock-down because of the COVID-19-19 epidemic.

According to the GO, educational institutions, colleges, educational & coaching institutions, cinema halls, swimming pools, entertainment parks & theaters going to remain closed around the state.

The orders released by Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar allowed calling maximum of 50 percent teaching & non-teaching employees to educational institutions for on-line lessons related work (5) from Sep 21.

Social, academic, sports, entertainment, cultural, religious & political functions permitted with a ceiling of 100 people & by following health protocol, going to be allowed from Sep 21.

Marriage related gatherings going to be allowed with a maximum of 50 participants. Last rites with a maximum of 20 citizens going to continue to be permitted as many as Sep 20 & from Sep 21, a maximum of 100 citizens going to be allowed.

Open air theaters going to be allowed from Sep 21. Bars & clubs shall remain closed & separate orders going to be released for their own opening, reads the GO.